Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CaptainStoner, Aug 20, 2009.
, reality clicked in.
"If we all tried
as hard as we could to make
this thread go back to TNG mode,
perhaps it might be possible for this
story to go back to the Enterprise-E.
" But everybody else was quite skeptical. They
smiled when Picard bought the whole simulation
to an end by saying "Computer, End
The familiar yellow gridlines appeared and
all of a sudden everyone realized that
(that was bought, not brought. Anyway...)
the Enterprise was still fighting the Romulans
near Galorndon Core and that the ship
closest to theirs had strange Borg implants
hanging from its outer hull. Scans indicated
that they had been installed around 2387
by Romulans, but nobody knew why they
had made it look like snot from
a large Terran cephalopod. The Romulans had
really not thought through the aesthetics of
the whole plan, but they were quite
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